Re: Skit: Cowboy & Indian No Listen Good
Steve Robinson (0006155173@MCIMAIL.COM)
Thu, 21 Mar 1996 16:11:00 EST
>From: Mark Dryer
>If so, I do not believe that this is appropriate for a Scouting
>environment. Even if this is not the intent, I believe that this is
>how it will be perceived by most male Scouters who have spent time in
>the military, working construction, on in other such closed male
My apologies, my apologies!
I had not even thought of that connotation. And I had spent over 10
years in the military. And being a Scouter trying to uphold the Scout
Oath and Law, this was not my intent.
I thought it was funny that the Indian thought he knew that none of
the other animals could talk, and when asked about the last one, (which
I expected him to say it couldn't talk either), not only could it talk,
but it would lie.
I guess that's the risk you take by sending something that appears
innocent out in public.
Again, my sincere apologies to all who have been offended.
SM, Troop 1133
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City